Baglietto Launches 157-Foot T-Line

The sistership to Andiamo has exterior design by Francesco Paszkowski.
Baglietto 157-foot T-line yacht
Baglietto’s 157-foot T-line yacht has a steel hull and aluminum superstructure. Courtesy Baglietto

Baglietto has launched Hull No. 10228, a 157-foot T-line yacht with a steel hull and aluminum superstructure that is a sistership to Andiamo.

Francesco Paszkowski handled exterior design, with interiors by Baglietto.

The Baglietto team onboard the 157 T-Line
The Baglietto team onboard the 157 T-Line. Courtesy Baglietto

“This is a yacht that continues our tradition, yet takes advantage of new and innovative solutions which make her unique: the big windows, for instance, foster a perfect harmony between indoor and outdoor areas, with the sundeck as a Baglietto trademark,” Michele Gavino, Baglietto CEO, stated in a press release. “And the new beach club perfectly responds to the customer’s desire for direct access to the sea.”


The sundeck alone spans more than 1,500 square feet, and is clear of tenders and toys, which are housed on the foredeck. Other guest spaces include four belowdecks staterooms along with a main-deck master. The interior décor is done in walnut with gold and bronze flourishes.

Baglietto T-line yacht
Powered with Caterpillar 3512C engines, cruising speed is 12 knots. Top-end: 16 knots. Courtesy Baglietto

See the yacht at the Cannes and Monaco boat shows this autumn.

How fast will she go?

16 knots, according to Baglietto. Cruising speed is 12 knots, powered by twin Caterpillar 3512C engines.